'Iron Man 3': What the Critics Think of Tony Stark's Blockbuster Return 2 weeks ago
"Iron Man 3," Robert Downey Jr.'s fourth outing as "Avengers" frontman Tony Stark, appears to be a solid and...
By Greg Gilman
Robert Downey Jr. experiments with his new and improved armor while under heavy helicopter fire
Marvel has partnered with Feld Entertainment, the company that produces Disney on Ice, to create an arena show featuring their most popular superheroes
The offer ends Tuesday. Marvel also unveils online series "Earth's Mightiest Show" at SXSW
"Iron Man 3" promo poster offers first long, hard look at Ben Kingsley as Iron Man's arch-nemisis, the Mandarin
"Bones" producer Barry Josephson has signed on to produce the original superhero movie based on a treatment by Stan Lee
An old foe of Peter Parker will step in to continue fighting crime as "Superior Spider-Man"
Chloe Bennet will play Skye, a woman obsessed with superheroes, in Joss Whedon's pilot
New animated poster for James Mangold's upcoming superhero movie
Avi Arad and Seven Stars Entertainment's Bruno Wu are joining forces to develop a series of properties based on Chinese mythology and history
Former Marvel chairman to executive produce "Angry Birds" movie
James Gunn apologizes for calling Gambit a "cajun fruit" and implying that teen mom Batgirl was "easy"
Edgar Wright's "Ant-Man," is headed for the big screen; "Saving Mr. Banks" to open in December 2013
"Guardians of the Galaxy" director was behind "Slither" and "Super"
Long-time Hollywood marketing exeutive Geoffrey Ammer died of a heart attack Sunday morning
Lawsuit against Disney and Marvel claims design feature in the packaging of the box set of such titles as "Iron Man" and "Avengers" infringes on luggage design
"The Avengers" director Whedon may also helm if schedules permit
Marvel has slated the superhero team movie for summer of 2014
But even without the premium ticket prices, "Dark Knight Rises" still might not match the Marvel superhero behemoth on opening weekend
"The Hobbit" and "Pacific Rim" suggest Warner Bros. will weather the loss of Harry Potter and Batman while NBC comes off as, well, desperate
Shift of "World War Z" and "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" means Paramount is ringing in its 100th anniversary without much in the way of blockbuster fare in 2012
Alan Horn explains his plans to reinvigorate Disney's live-action unit,why he loves "Finding Nemo" and why, at 69, he's not ready for retirement
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced Thursday the former Warner Bros. chief would succeed Rich Ross (Updated)
Record-breaking $103.2M second week and another $95.4M from overseas push Disney and Marvel's "The Avengers" past $1B in box office
A $29.1M Friday puts "The Avengers" on track for another $100M weekend and the best second week ever. "Dark Shadows" does $9.7M
"The Avengers" is projected to make $85M-$110M and set a record for the best second week ever. "Dark Shadows" aims for $35M
"The Avengers" adds another $28.4 million overseas Monday, upping its worldwide gross to $702.2 million in 13 days
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga